Dealer (Human Expert 1/Rogue 3)

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The quack Date 17th century Jan Steen (1625/1626–1679)
The quack Date 17th century Jan Steen (1625/1626–1679)

Dealer CR 3
XP 800
Human expert 1/rogue 3
N Medium humanoid
Init +2; Senses Perception +6
DEFENSE
AC 14, touch 12, flat-footed 12 (+2 armor, +2 Dexterity)
hp 22 (4d8+4)
Fort +2, Ref +5, Will +2
Defensive Abilities evasion, trap sense +1
OFFENSE
Speed 30 ft.
Melee mwk dagger +5 (1d4+1/19–20) or mwk sap +5 (1d6+1 nonlethal)
Ranged mwk hand crossbow +5 (1d4/19–20)
Special Attacks sneak attack +2d6
STATISTICS
Strength 12, Dexterity 15, Constitution 12, Intelligence 14, Wisdom 8, Charisma 14
Base Atk +2; CMB +3; CMD 15
Feats Deceitful, Quick Draw, Skill Focus (Craft [alchemy]), Weapon Finesse
Skills Appraise +6, Bluff +11, Craft (alchemy) +12, Disable Device +6, Disguise +12, Escape Artist +9, Intimidate +9, Knowledge (local) +9, Perception +6, Profession (herbalist) +6, Sense Motive +6, Sleight of Hand +9, Stealth +9
Languages Common, Halfling, Orc
SQ rogue talent (finesse rogue), trapfinding +1
Combat Gear bloodroot poison (2 doses), oil of taggit (2 doses), striped toadstool poison (2 doses); Other Gear leather armor, masterwork hand crossbow with 10 bolts, masterwork dagger, sap, alchemy kit, Disguise kit, thieves’ tools
Boon A dealer can provide alchemical substances or poisons costing less than 500 gp at a 10% discount. He can also arrange for PCs to meet a more powerful crime boss or to plant illicit substances on a person or place.

Dealers are purveyors of drugs, toxins, poisons, and all manner of proscribed and questionable alchemical substances. Operating from hidden laboratories and kitchens, They import and concoct their wares to rule the streets through the power of their sweet seduction. (See drugs and addiction for a variety of drugs dealers might push.) Dealers can be used as low-level poisoners and assassins, traveling charlatans or snake-oil salesmen, or even semihonest alchemists, apothecaries, and street physicians. A corrupt dealer may work together with a slaver and two prostitutes to lure and kidnap victims (CR 6) or run a gang of four beggars and four pickpockets (CR 7). A dealer might partner with an unscrupulous shopkeep (CR 4) or sleazy barkeep (CR 5), or may be engaged in illicit business with a noble scion (CR 5). A dealer might also be accompanied by two street thugs for protection (CR 5). An honest dealer might be apprenticed to a hedge wizard (CR 5).

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